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How to Update Web Browsers for Secure Browsing

With cybercriminals looking for innovative techniques to target vulnerable systems in the evolving digital space, securing web browsers have become more critical than ever. Outdated...

Telstra Service Provider Hit with a Cyberattack; Tens of Thousands of...

Keeping a close eye on the rising number of phishing attacks on Australians amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, in September 2020, Telstra launched a pilot...

NSA Releases Advisory on Securing IT-OT Connectivity

The U.S. National Security Agency (NSA) released a security advisory addressing the National Security System (NSS), the Department of Defense (DoD), and the Defense...

Initial Access Brokers Are Breaking Into Corporate Networks and Selling Access...

Recent research "Digital Shadows" lifts the cover on Initial Access Brokers (IABs), a fast-growing new class of cybercriminals who breach organizations, and then sell...

Experian API Flaw Exposed Credit Scores of Thousands of Americans

Credit scores of millions of Americans were exposed online after a third-party vendor misconfigured the Application Programming Interface (API) keys belonging to the credit...

Tesla’s Zero-click Vulnerabilities Allowed its Car to be Hacked Remotely Using...

If you own a Tesla car and see a drone hovering around your parking lot, be super aware! Someone might be trying to gain...

40 Mobile Apps with Over 100 Mn Downloads Found Leaking AWS...

Security threats from mobile applications continue to be a major risk for developers and users. Cybercriminals often try to exploit vulnerabilities or misconfigurations in...

Mobile Side of Technology Adoption Still Continues to Present a Challenge

India has transformed into a mobile-first economy. The ease of accessibility and cheaper data make these a primary source of entertainment. Given the transition...

Project Signal: An Iranian State-Sponsored Ransomware Operation Emerges

State-sponsored actors from Iran have often been linked to various cyberespionage campaigns targeting organizations globally. In a recent development, security experts from Flashpoint recently...

UNICC and Group-IB Take Down 134 Fake Websites Impersonating WHO

Group-IB, in coordination with the United Nations International Computing Centre (UNICC), has taken down a massive fake websites campaign in which 134 fraudulent websites were...

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